Miegunyah House Museum. Photo: Tim Nemeth.

Miegunyah House Museum

Built in 1886 for the Perry family, Miegunyah is one of Brisbane’s most accessible Heritage Homes.

Useful information

35 Jordan Terrace, Bowen Hills, QLD


Gift shop
Café / refreshments
Disabled access
Accessible toilets
Regular guided tours

Opening hours

Wednesday12.30pm – 3pm
Saturday12.30pm – 4pm
Sunday12.30pm – 4pm

More information about Miegunyah House Museum

Richly decorated with iron lace balustrades, filigree columns and friezes, and furnished in the style of the late 19th century, Miegunyah is a living example of Victorian elegance and charm.

This elegant Queenslander is on its original block and has been lovingly restored by the Queensland Women’s Historical Association (QWHA) to reflect an earlier way of life.

Many of the furnishings and items on display belonged to Queensland’s pioneer families. Step through the wide cedar doorway into the House Museum, learn about the people who lived at Miegunyah and glimpse into the labours of 19th century housekeeping!

Miegunyah is heritage listed on both the National Estate and Queensland Heritage Register.

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